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More Than 1,200 Fast-Food Workers Are Organizing in NYC

A new group, Fast Food Justice, is fighting for livable wages and employee rights “The goal is to work to live, and not to live to work,” public advocate Tish James said during an indoor rally today in support of Fast Food Justice, a new group that’s fighting for fast-food worker rights and livable wages in New York City. Show More Summary

Review: Brooklyn Lands a Oaxacan Sensation in Claro

Owners of Portland’s Le Pigeon Plot Next-Door Venue With French Bar Food

Gabe Rucker and Andy Fortgang will open Canard this spring

Diet Coke Is Desperately Trying to Be the Next LaCroix

Carbonated, caffeinated, fruit-flavored millennial-pandering at its finest Diet Coke, the fizzy brown elixir that powers Donald Trump’s daily escapades in the White House, has completely rebranded itself for the Instagram generation....Show More Summary

The 19 Most Anticipated Restaurants of 2018: Winter-Spring Edition

Everywhere you’ll want to eat this year Aaron Franklin is working on a new barbecue joint in partnership with one of the most popular restaurant groups in Austin. Dominique Crenn is cooking up a wine-fueled ode to French classics, as...Show More Summary

Amazon Prime Customers Can Now Order Delivery From Whole Foods

Plus, Jack in the Box’s CEO wants to replace human employees with robots For those who enjoy high-end groceries but dread schlepping to over-crowded upscale grocery stores, an Amazon Prime subscription just became a bit more appealing. Show More Summary

Nancy Silverton and Lidia Bastianich Are Moving into Leadership Roles at Batali’s Restaurant Group

The women are working on “strategic changes” following the sexual misconduct allegations In the wake of multiple sexual misconduct allegations against chef Mario Batali, restaurant group Batali & Bastianich Hospitality (B&B) sent a letter to staff announcing several major changes, Eater NY reports. Show More Summary

Gordon Ramsay’s New Restaurant Could Be the Hottest in America

Hell’s Kitchen is not officially open yet, but the chef says 50,000 reservations have already been made Hell’s Kitchen, the 8,000-square-foot Las Vegas restaurant named after celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s long-running “reality” competition, is maybe the hottest restaurant in America. Show More Summary

Massimo Bottura Opened an All-Day Restaurant at the Gucci Garden

The Florence restaurant will cater to fashion fans Massimo Bottura, chef of three-Michelin-starred Osteria Francescana, is diversifying his portfolio — with an all-day museum restaurant. This week, the award-winning Italian chef opened...Show More Summary

Starbucks Is Not Welcome at Yosemite, Say Nature Enthusiasts

Over 11,000 people have signed a petition against the new outpost in the national park Every year, four million people visit California’s Yosemite Valley, an area that Teddy Roosevelt once described as “a great solemn cathedral, farShow More Summary

Starbucks Is Serving Blonde Espresso for the First Time Ever

Plus, Jerry Seinfeld explains how he became obsessed with coffee In an attempt to keep up with the specialty-coffee Joneses, who have been featuring lighter roasts for years, Starbucks has introduced a new blonde espresso. The Seattle-based...Show More Summary

Watch: PancakeBot Is Pure Breakfast Entertainment

The kitchen gadget may be over the top, but it’s a lot of fun This week, we’re testing one of the most over-the-top kitchen gadgets ever created: the PancakeBot. Essentially, it’s a belt-guided printing system that uses pancake batter as its medium to create whatever design your syrup-filled heart desires. Show More Summary

Bangkok’s Only Michelin-Starred Street Food Vendor Wants to Give Back Star

Large crowds have descended on Raan Jay Fai People passing by Maha Chai Road, almost on the corner of Soi Samran Rat in the Phra Nakhon area of Bangkok, might be startled by the crowd snaking down the footpath around an impromptu assembly of plastic tables. Show More Summary

A Year in Photogenic Dishes

12 months of eating across America, captured in the best photos from a roving restaurant critic During my yearlong travels as Eater’s national critic, I eat hundreds of meals to report on America’s dining culture as it changes and unfolds. Show More Summary

Chrissy Teigen Is the New Face of McDonald’s Dollar Menu

And, Mariah Carey says brunch is dead Cookbook author, very good tweeter, and all-around delight Chrissy Teigen has added “McDonald’s spokesperson” to her resume. Teigen, who could be on the verge of launching a cooking and lifestyle empire, is the face of Mickey D’s new dollar menu. Show More Summary

San Francisco Coffee Company Founder Steps Down Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

Jeremy Tooker will divest from Four Barrel

Here’s an Autonomous Pizza-Oven-on-Wheels No One Asked For

Pizza Hut and Toyota team up to make a self-driving delivery truck As we hurtle toward a dystopian future in which all jobs have been taken by robots and other high-tech machines, Pizza Hut is looking for a leg up in the pizza delivery wars by eliminating human element. Show More Summary

UK Steakhouse Charged £50,000 for Serving Food on Annoying Wooden Plank

Health inspectors visited the UK restaurant after 14 people complained about food poisoning At some point over the last decade, chefs at trendy restaurants around the world decided that ceramic plates were simply not fabulous enoughShow More Summary

The French Laundry’s Still Got It, According to the San Francisco Chronicle

Michael Bauer says Thomas Keller’s restaurant is “reinvigorated” after its remodel Chef Thomas Keller’s restaurants have struggled in recent years. In 2014, Eater NY dining critic Ryan Sutton gave Per Se, Keller’s long-heralded New York...Show More Summary

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